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Introduction: This patent shows that Samsung's broad field of view, reasonable size and weight are key design considerations. To achieve this goal, the design allows each eye to use two lenses, a pair of standard Fresnel lenses with an angle of view of 120 degrees combined with a second set of angularly positioned wide-angle strip lenses.

Recently, Samsung applied for a new VR head-up patent with a viewing angle of at least 180 degrees and a curved OLED display.

This patent shows that Samsung's broad field of view, reasonable size and weight are key design considerations. To achieve this goal, the design allows each eye to use two lenses, a pair of standard Fresnel lenses with an angle of view of 120 degrees combined with a second set of angularly positioned wide-angle strip lenses. This design will provide a complete vertical view of conventional vision and a partial view in the peripheral. The curved screen design will keep the overall design compact compared to other heads with wide field of view.

Although the company frequently applies for patented technology that may not be listed, if Samsung decides to adopt this design, it can use it as the competitive advantage of the world's largest small OLED panel manufacturer. Samsung's Galaxy smartphones have now adopted curved OLED technology.

Samsung can dedicate this technology to this VR head-up display, just as they apply to the "anti-window window effect" OLED technology in the VR head-up Odyssey+.

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